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i t..3 il y el Jane, 1.
t r tLia notice will be pleaded Li
lar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment. ' ,
Tbia 83th day of June 1337. v
. . . LlfTn JELLES,
, ' GIXICSA tTTT.T.ER, ,
"r ' , , . Administrators.
A. 7. Elanton,- Attorney.
Keiiaasville, H. C.
,8-5-6t-AJB. u v
Haying qualified as administra
tor of the estate of Arnold J. Soott
decesaed, late of Duplin County
and the State of North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons hav
ing; claims against the estate of
the laid deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Xenansville
, oa or before July Bna, 19-
in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted' to said es
tate will please make .immediate
payment . . "
This July 2nd, 1937.
-, , , - VANCE B. GAVIN,
Administrator of Estate of Arnold
J. Scott ' ' ,
S-8-flt-VG. . -. . t .
STATE OF NOETH CAROLE? A,
vvrus cuuhtx. , ,
Entry of Land, No. 3708. ,
To Albert T. Outlaw, Entry-taker
of Duplin County' ,
The undersigned claimant, Jo
seph Ida Outlaw, being a citizen
of Duplin County, in the State of
North Carolina, hereby sets forth
and shows that : the ; following
tract or parcel of land, to-wit: Ly
ing and being in Albertson town
ship, Duplin County, North Caro
lina, and more fully described as
Beginning at a gum in a branch
the third corner of the Jack Lew
is tract, being the tract of land
conveyed by deed from E. 0. Har
well and Chellie E. Maxwell, to
of July, 1898, land recorded in
Book No. 58, at page 201, of the
Duplin County registry, and. runs
dawn brsnrh anth-WMtwarri'
ly 48 feet to a pine stump, a cor
ner of the Whitfield . tract, con
veyed by deed from N. G. Whit
field and Sallie Whitfield, his
wife,' to Joseph Ida Outlaw, dated
the 4th of February, and recorded
in Book No. 45, at page 133, of
the Duplin ;c County ; ; registry ;
thence with the line of the said
Whitfield tract S. 27 E. 420 feet
to the line of the Lewis Jack or
Jack Lewa tract above ' . mention
ed ; thence with the line of the
said Jack Lewis or Lewis Jack
hunt HI 09 B 1M t. lVi I..
ginning; containing 1.18 nan)
more or less. Said land lying and
being between and adjoining the
said two tracts of land of the said
Joseph Ida Outlaw and having
been in the actual possession on
fh. 5j t w j.
w t c. v A'McQibony, Trustee for Land
M. L. Outlaw, Sr., her husband,
since toe zstn of July, 1898,
k r Said'-1.18 acres being vacant
and unappropriated land and be
Jonging to the State of North Car
olina, subject to the possession of
saw Joseph Ida Outlaw and her a-,
gents since said 28th of July, 18
98, and subject to entry by the
said Joseph Ida Outlaw; and the
undersigned ' v claimant 'hereby
makes entry of, lays claim to, and
prays Tor a grant for 1.18 acres
of land. .' :-.
This the 8th day of July, 1937.
JOSEPH IDA OUTLAW,';;,
'' ," : t1 ' Waimant.
w ess: ' ' i ' .
IX. L. CTllW v '
a: S.-C2ADY 1
XZT.ZZ C7 flLS BY- TRUSTEE
ff ' Irvine of author-
"i teed of
: j l ee vVJi le
a.. -'. i t 3 tf C-s
::. .tt9t'el :rj, and lyii'S
and I :.3 u Ce Um. of V."arsaw,
H. C. '
Adverted, this the 6th day of
July 1CC7. ' . - .
7. T. Gresham, Jr, Trustee
A. I. Elanton
; executor's kotics .
The Undersigned, having duly
qualified before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Duplin County
aa executor of the last will and
testament of George W. Underbill,
deceased, late of Duplin County,
North Carolina, hereby notifies all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to present
At.. 4. vivid ami crntwl at
on or before the 5th day of Au
gust, 1838, or thia notice will be
pleaded in bar of recovery. - -
All persons indebted to said
estate are urged to make prompt
payment ' -
This the 12th day of July, 1937.
.. . GEORGE W. TNDEBBHX,
Albert S. Gradq, Attorney
NOTICE : OF ADMINISTRATION
Havinff this dav auahned u
Administratrix of the Estate of W.
B. Carlton, deceased, this is to no
tify all persons having claims a
gainst the said estate to present
them, to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before the 16th day
of July, 1938, or this notice wui
be plead in bar of recovery. All
nemos indebted to said estate
win please make immediate pay
ments This July 18, 1937.
-, OPHELIA J. CARLTON
8-28-R. D. J.-pd. .. , 4
'f m a TO CREDITOR'S
The undersigned having quali
fied as Administrator of the Es
isttn nf Wtl Ella Conner Lof tin.
', deceased, late of Duplin County,
this is hereby published to serve
notice upon creditors of said - es
tate to file their claims with the
undersigned on or before July 16,
1938 or this notice win be plead
ed in bar of their recovery, " AQ
persons indebted to this estate are I
hereby requested to make immedi
ate settlement 'U-
' This 15th day of July, 1937.!
BRANCH BANKING & TRUST
COMPANY, ADMINISTRATOR OF
TEE ESTATE OF MRS. ELLA
COOPER LOFTIN, DECEASED.
-27-6t-B J. A T. Co,
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
WHEREAS, on the 24th day of
February, 1934 .Thomas Hall exe-
cuiea ana aeuverea unxo w. u.
Bank Commissioner, a certain
deed of trust which is recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Duplin County, North Caro
lina Book 363 at Page 69; and
WHEREAS, default has been
made in the payment of the 1 in
debtedness 1 thereby secured as
therein provided, and the: trustee
has been requested by the owner
and holder thereof to. exercise the
power of sale therein contained.
NOW, THEREFORE, under and
by virtue of the authority confer
red by the said deed of trust the
undersigned Trustee will on the
16th day of August, 1937, at the
court house door of Duplin Coun
ty, North Carolina, at twelve; o'
clock noon offer for sale to ' the
highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing real estate: -.
AU that tract or parcel of land
now in the possession of Thomas
Hall, containing twenty-seven and
three-fourth (27 3-4) Acres in Is
land Creek ' Township, Duplin
County, known as the "Thomas
111 Place', located East of and
about one and one-fourth miles
from the Town of Wallace, on wa
ters cf Little Rockfish Creek and
7 I "! Tond, bounded on the
1 1 j Ll'e .'EocLTLh- Crwk
W ? rwi cf V7. E. Z )
: ' 1 r Ir.st ly t'.e
of the estate tf E. V. 1.2, t s
ed, late of El-IIu Cour7, I
Carolina, tlis is to roll'y t"I : r
sons having clainvs ti '".. I" i
tate of said dcce-:l to '-'J
them to the undersold f t V?"
so N. C on or before Cie 1- .1 1 7
of July, 1323 or tlis n'.lo
be pleaded in bar of tieir recov
ery. All persons indulted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment ... . "
This the lain any or juiy, i-
8-28-et-A. W. B.
order Auniczirra $15,000
REFUKEIXG EOAD AND,
'v , BRIDCISBOSrS '
BEIT ORDERED AND RE
SOLVED by the Board of Commis
sioners of Duplin County:
i; That bonds of Duplin Coun
tv be issued pursuant to the Conn
ty Finance Act, as amended, in an
amount not exceeding 15,CS3 for
the DurDose of refundipg a 'e a
mount of the nrincipal of ! valid
subsisting bonded 'indebtedness of
the County which was incurred
before January 1, 1829 for - the
construction of roads and bridges
in said County, and was legally
created for necessary expenses of
the County, and is evidenced by
the foUowinr: '-.::?'?' r-:::
315,000 5 Road Bonds dated
September 1, 1925, maturing Sep
tember 1, 1937.; ;,v,;yy-
$10,000 Wi Road Bonds dat
ed June 1, 1919, maturing JUiy t,
$5,000 8 Road and. Bridge
Bonds dated November 1, 1920,
maturing November 1, 1937.' ' 5
$15,000 8 Road anT Bridge
Bonds dated May l, iwh, matur
ing May 1, 1938.
That toe holden of said sit
fading Road and Bridge. . Bonds
shall be subrogated to all s the
rights and powers of the holden
of the indebtedness so refunded.
3. That a tax sufficient to pay
the principal and interest of said
Refunding Road - and ' Bridge
Bonds shall be annually levied
and collected.. ' -4 4
4. That, a statement of the
County debt has been filed with
the Clerk and is vgex to 1 public
inspection. ' ' -
- 5. That this order shall take ef
fect upon its v passage and ' shall
not be submitted to the voters.
The foregoing order was finally
Moaujl on 4h 1 Qtft Haw f Tnlv
1937, and was firsfr published on
the 22nd day of July, 1937. Any
action or proceeding questioning
the validity of said order must be
commenced within thirty days af
ter its first publication. '
A. T. OUTLAW,"..
Clerk, Board of Commissioners.
7-29-2t - , -
ORDER ' AUTHORIZING $25,538
REFUNDING 8CH00L E0XI3
BEIT ORDERED AND.' RE
SOLVED by the Board of Commis
sioners of Duplin County:
1. That bonds of Duplin County
be issued pursuant to the County
Finance Act as amended in an a
mount not exceeding $18,000 for
the purpose of refunding a like a
mount of the principal of valia
subsisting bonded indebtedness xf
the County which was incurred by
the Board of County Commission
en (as an administrative agent of
the State in providing a State sy
stem of public schools) for main
taining the ' constitutional six
months' school term, and is evi
denced by the following: -.': !
i $1,030 5 School Bond dated
October 1, 1325, maturing October
; 1837.;v-v-. r,
$10,000 4l8 School Fundir-j
Bonds dated fiarch 1, 1S.3, ma
turing Karch 1, i::i
?5,CC3 4'j Ehool londi dat
ed rU 1, 1023, E&turir- i;rL
1 13 i
" Havinsr csallTIed as Hiec
. 01 tr "
PS ..S t 5 .
iJil. ' i t j -4.
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8. TI .t a i
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debt of C C
with tie tL.k f -he
6. That tlis l
effect upan i's r
not be sut-JLll 1 1
The toTt"-"' -
passed on Ce 1
187, and was
the 2nd day cf S
action or procc."
the validity of s '
eonunenced wl" ' ;
ter iU first r.' -
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4 - - A. T. C . .117
Clerk, Board of asianm.
Sealed bids will be recdrei ua-
til 11 e'olock, A. IL, r.-cir-Standard
Time, Artist 13, i:: ,
by the uniers'-.ci at its sl'e i :
the City of E-lv';X B. C, f;r t" :
following bonds of the Couzy it
Duplin, North CircIIis, i "
August 1, 1C27, maturir? an r i-
ruaxy 1 in the yean kereis&fiar
stated, without option of prior
payment: --'- -
$45,000 Refunding Road Mi
Bridge Bonds, maturirx anna-
any, $3,cca is:7 to i.:i, u-
clusive, $70 KZ2 and ),
$25,630 . Refunding School
Bonds, matutir? anaua!!y, ( V
600 1847, (:,c.3 to u-
62, inclusive, t'l f.CCD IZZZ.
Denomination $l,f.3, exce '
Refunding School a.l nua.tr:.
1 of $;39; frincfrU and inUu.l
CF and A 1) payaUe in Csw To 1
City in legal tezia; general oLIi
gations; unlimited tax; eoc;c?
bonds registeraiie as to priai; 1
alone; delivery on or about Adj
ust 28, 1837 at place of purchas
er's choice. There will be no aue-
1 A separate bid for each issue
(not less than par and accrue I
interest) is repaired. Lden are
requested to name tie interest
rate or rates, not exceer t ii
multiples of of 1; eh t::
may name one rata for trrt t'
the bonds of any issue (Ir.i
the earliest maturities) asi ta
other rate for te bt:uce, tzt t;
bid may name E..-B t.i t ' J r -
es for any kzzt, ail e a I"
must specify U l i 1 1 Cs a
mount or tie t;Is f eacU t:'3.
The bonds wiU be awg,:.' .i t t" r
bidder ollemj to jzKlzzt t..;
bonds at tie Lrest ti:r::t 't'
to tie County, sati cc:t ts te (
terminei ty i
: t cf i'....
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mount cf t' t j
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upon aJ cf tit I
Lids Bt ts f
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t-zizt from ,
j . ti v. ...s JL-;cze ii.
U :: i ta J. B. C.afy made and'
'c;.-' 1 1 t t;j tf June 13-1
1 v."..:- j aai rtlwiuirj certain'
cc; '..'..' i in d.ci recoilsd in!
lack 113 r- C3 of the Duplin'
Ikriatry and dsli reoorded is '
heixly mads a fart of ills reed cf
tLe maf s nrsTiant to the pow
er ef i:.'.9 i in Deed , of
trs:t t-jct.l ly J. B. Craly and
wiTe to A, U. T;-ii, Trustee for J.
, J:-s end ,ted June 1, 1C27
a:l i 'y rxtilzi in Look 23
9 i;j cf Co Irr'-ln County
.JIo t" 'J,zj,-i.J.jXut having
r.e in psyment of the
ir ,li:."i:s tlerely secured and
r::"- tvnzj been made by the
L;, Zct cf tie note to foreclose
said Deed of Trust
This the 12th day of July, 1837.
: A. W. BTRD, TRUSTEE.
l-19-4t-A W, B;
Ca Conday August 23, 1837 at
IS o'clock noon at tie Courthouse
d;or in r 2ssve, Dublin Coun
ty, Tjrli C !:a, the undsn'ja
1 1 1 t;e aid i !l far cash, to tie
I' " 'A l..t tie f.Uawirg lands
a:l f-esises to-wi:
I. . --j t: 1 Icir j in .Clisson
t:-xr r;;Iia County, and be
' izj at a stake in the old line
a:l rzzt B. S3 1-2 E. to the run
of tla Harth East Elver; thence
ej tie run cf said Liver to the
mouth of Jai'rer Eranch; thence
r j Cs rei cf Ja!r Eraach to u
t It; r- e 8. 72 E. 713 feet to
Ce lr:': r;, containiBg 72 1-2
acrss rcers er Uss. i r-.-..-.-' , .
C.'s r !s r"Jn5it to the pow
er if t"j C Jarred cpo the un-
::, -Trrse . by Deed' '."of
7 .,1 1 r ' - iate cf June ly 19-
;j tr I 1 ty J. S. Cxaiy
rl rl'j ti J: Either for J.
I ? I 1 (! tie I;:"a Comty
i. :j : .' -,zj:jx ta-.: t
l- i x i i l I..B r"7--t f tlr
i" " " " i tlrrvly secured and
r t 1. .7' z tsen made of tie
I- s 1 7 tie Idler of said note
to t " t tie sazie.
: ir i d v cf j;',r7.
-y . . Trustee
rormerTrec'.lent Hoover is
ir a '-j iadustry erti
Lit f.r tie i:.J Culden Cate In-
A "Tort cf t' s f;vtn
Is? " st "'it'
.9 ,-.'.3 S
. t- 1 I. . . Kubert Anderson Jurdiuc, who ; i
. 1 t at. .t hen he defied the Church of En-ii s
trJ. to perform the wedding ceremony for the tv'- e
tat ini.t WaL. Warfleld, shown as he arrived in New
t r a lecture tour of the United States, the proceeds of v
tihwqted to charity. : ( ;. -i.':V'-f-(;'V-',,f:7:.-:,.-V
Ready for Action
v' ; Gas-masked gunners aooaia n. m. o. r unuus. v..w.
powerful battleships, are shown -operating a range-finder during r
battle practice in the Mediterranean Threats of open interven.
lUly and Germany in the Spanish imbroglio resulted In a concert
of British naval craft in tr-e Meditrrapean. ' ), - '
. Dr. Charles Greeley Abbott, secretary of the Smithsonian instil i
and director of the American 'Astrophysical observatory at Washit; on,
D. Is shown setting up his solar boiler at the "Great Ikeg expos n
at Cleveland. The device, hailed as science's first successful effort to
translate solar energy Jnto usable power, would yield a total of 70,C j
horsepower on cloudless days, according to Dr. Abbott '
Mush 4,000 Miles to Bright Li-I
.r. and Airs. P. J, Carroll of British Columbia tl,e i
f tte f rovince near Alaska with their team of Alaskan c
arrival to Mew JTork city, recently, by dog sled. Their :
'vi'A boa wheels and runners. They have been travt i
t t year and three months, picking up data for a 1 1
Old Sol to Work